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What is the most endangered cetacean (whale or relative)?

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Also called the Cochito, the Vaquita (Phocoenca sinus) is the world’s most endangered cetacean with less than 100 individuals believed to be alive. A porpoise that grows to be approximately 5 feet (1.5 m) in length and weigh between 65-120 pounds (30-55 kg), the vaquita is located only in the coastal waters of the coast of Baja Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico. Our friends at VivaVaquita.org have many ways you can help save the vaquita right now without leaving your chair.

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